4/27/2019 - 10/16/2019Loving a dog is easy, letting them go is hard. There wasn't a day that she didn't make me laugh out loud or smile. She loved me no matter what. When I adopted her, I knew nothing about the breed, but after researching PBGV's she perfectly matched the information on the breed. Five stars for intelligence, loyalty, and let's not forget cuteness! After spending eight years in a puppy mill, living in a cage she quickly fell in live with pillows, the bed and anything else that was soft! Yes, she was spoiled rotten, but she deserved every good thing I could give her. And my last gift to her was letting her go in the most peaceful way possible at home. We spent the entire day before talking, and I believe she really understood what was going to happen the next day. She laid on the couch in her favorite spot, head on an Afghan, butt on a pillow and let the vet give her the first injection. She was a champion of dogs every day, but especially on this day. I will love her forever.Sylvia WoodsCheektowaga, New YorkOctober 18, 2019
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